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it out. the 59-year-old man died. a kron-4 crew is on the way to the scene -- we will bring you more details as we get them tonight. now at five - a police chase in san francisco ended with two people being killed. the suspect is behind bars. to people ended up in the hospital. it also two people ended up a hospital-- you're looking at surveillance video. police say a man ran other driver off the road - and into a liquor store. the suspect also hit a pedestrian. kron4 has team coverage. maureen kelly talked to the man whose store was hit. but first - alecia reid is live near 21st street and van ness - with more on the investigation. >> reporter: there are two people dead and there is another person in a hospital with life-threatening injuries. the man responsible is also in a hospital but he is expected to be okay. >> the guy was stopped did not want to be caused and
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took off. because he tried to get away he crashed into this car and it cost two lives. >> reporter: the driver of this black car with shots fired near valencia gardens. as the officers approached the vehicle he sped off. this killed two people. it severely injured when more. >> this vehicle took off at a high rate of speed. colliding with that white vehicle through that intersection. it stopped at that liquor store. >> reporter: the female passenger died immediately and the driver of the other car was rushed to the hospital. all of the victims are in their 20s. they are familiar with the suspect and the gang task force is involved in the investigation. >> he is responsible for the
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debt of two people, and the third is a life-threatening situation. >> reporter: kron4's maureen kelly spoke to the owner of this liquor store who says this was a close call for his employee who was inside at the time of the crash. >> reporter: here you can see pictures of the victim carsmashing into the front of the liquor storecaught on survailance victim car as it smashs into the front of the liquor store.the impact of the crash.broke the front door off it's hinges. the owner of the storesays his employee had been standing near the crash site only moments before it happened. that employeewilson escotowho you see here in this video was unhurt but did not want to speak to reporters. >> he is fine i told him to go get a lottery ticket because he is lucky. >> reporter: the store's owner say the driver of the victim car before he man was taken out and transported by ambulance to sf general with
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life threatening injuries. >> he was kind of and shock. he could not halt. >> reporter: he says the passenger side car where the female victim had been sitting.was covered in blood. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> the suspect was the only occupant in the car. the found a gun in the vehicle. that is the latest, alecia reed, kron 4. we're following the developing news on the fiscal cliff. there's still a lot of uncertainty. just when there appears to be a little progress.more problems become apparent. dan kerman has been monitoring what has been happening. and joins us. >> reporter: the senate passed a bipartisan vote by 89-8. that prevents taxes increased on the middle- class and extending unemployment benefits and
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delays the automatic spending cuts. for at least two months but republicans to not think that is good enough. they could vote this down or try to change it by adding $300 billion in spending cuts. >> they failed to meet the obligation. it was supposed to bring a balanced bill. and also it had spending cuts and this o official this-bills miserably. >> reporter: they are still going to try to vote on the actual a senate bill or the one that could be amended. we should know by tonight they plan on voting tonight. before the stock market opens tomorrow. more on the fiscal cliff update with michael yaki at 5:30. a peculiar standoff in san jose - a naked man holding police at bay with a samurai sword. that man - charles bennet - is now in custody - but not
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before a foot chase - all caught on video. you're looking at video of the end - from sky-7 hd, police taking the man down. investigators say sword - saying he wouldn't be taken alove. -life--not be taken alive video. >> reporter: this is the assault rifle, a fully- loaded ammo clip and the 3 and a half foot long samurai-style long sword taken from the suspect following his surrender, ending a dramatic 3-hour standoff here along southwest expressway and bascom avenue. >> the subject was making some peculiar movement inside of the truck. i realized that later he was taking off his clothes. he exited the vehicle without any clothes. and he was holding the samurai sword. and he said you are going to have to kill me. >> reporter: as seen from
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high overhead in these pictures from sky 7 hd abc 7 news, the suspect, after refusing to drop the sword, decides to make a run for it. as he tried to dodge what police described as 'non lethal' projectiles, the suspect, can be seen, sword in hand, jumping a fence, eventually stabbing the blade into the ground before surrendering on the sidewalk along bascom avenue. >> initially what we were looking at based on the initial contact was that there could have been some mental illness. or possibly drugs. >> reporter: the drama began around 8 30 new year's day, a few miles away near cass and easy street where neighbors tell police the suspect was brandishing the assault weapon and then trailed here to a light rail station on southwest expressway where he dis-robed, abandoned his truck with assault weapon inside, and then stood for hours, sword in hand, refusing to cooperate with police. >> wheat called an hour crisis intervention team.
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it-we called hour crisis intervention team. that specializes in mental illness. and the subject did not want to release the sword. waving it in somewhat of a threatening manner. >> reporter: after being treated with what police said were multiple, though mostly minor injuries, the suspect was booked for brandishing a sword and illegal possession of an ' an assault rifle. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news san francisco police say three people were shot along the embarcadero last night during new year's celebrations. the victims are all expected to be ok. kron 4's j.r. stone has the story. >> reporter: a busy night at pier 23. people had gunshot wounds. the first at jefferson near fisherman's wharf. this is video or this man was shot in the hand. and the description of that shooting are vague. and also
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near . 23. for a 12 year-old boy was shot. at pier 23. no arrests have been made in this case. those i spoke with have mixed feelings about what happened to. >> id is very surprising. because this is a tourist the place. you think that it would be better secure, more control and last night it was he received the was a lot of people. >> last night, but is amateur night, we laid low. >> reporter: still a lot of unanswered questions with no motive. j. r. stone, kron 4 news. the c-h-p says there were a few more d-u-i arrests crackdown. just under 13-hundred drivers were arrested for driving under the influence state-wide. which is up slightly from last year. 208 of those arrests were
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in the bay area - the same number as last year. it's clear and pretty -- but it's also cold outside. this is the live view from our camera on mount tam. and - a live look at downtown san francisco. jaqueline bennet is here with the new years forecast. >> jacqueline: catherine, it is rather cold. 40's and '50's. 47 in daly city. 49 in pleasanton. 50s through san jose it is going to be a very cold night tonight. clear skies over northern california. this area of high-pressure is keeping the clouds out of the bay area. and we will see a cool conditions tonight with even freeze warnings with the north bay. a frost advisory. also to the peninsula with temperatures in the 20s in the 30's for the overnight hours. and even the sub-
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freezing. we will see icy conditions and frosty conditions. waking up to very cold conditions tomorrow. clear but chilly. things are possible going to warm up for the weekend with details on that, coming up. we're following developing news tonight on the fiscal cliff. the question - what will the u-s house do tonight? we'll talk to our political analyst at 5:30. but first - it's the four year anniversary of the shooting of oscar grant. the memorial today - and news of the film being made about what happened. and - a man loses 13- thousand dollars on craigs- list. he says he unknowingly bought a stolen car. now he wants the public's help in catching the culprit.
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today marks the four year anniversary of the shooting of oscar grant. he was the unarmed bart passenger shot and killed by police. it happened at the fruitvale bart station in 2009. this is video from a cell phone - from just before the shooting. today oscar grant's family and about a hundred supporters held a vigil at the station. >> it means to us the opportunity for us to bring back to life oscar's spirit, the spirit that lives in all of us to reunite, to never let us forget what happened on that
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platform january 1st two thousand and nine. grant's family says it will continue to protest what it says is police brutality. johanas mehserle is the former bart officer who shot grant. he says he had been reaching for his taser. mehserle was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and is trying to have the conviction overturned. our team coverage continues tonight on the bart shooting anniversary - with kron4's vicki liviakis. she has more on a film being made about it -- which will soon premiere at sundance. >> reporter: the name oscar grant isn't exactly a household name. but the young man shot and killed by bart police on new year's day in 2009 will be larger than life. on the big screen. he's the subject of a feature film about to be released called "fruitvale" - where on this train platform - grant lost his life. and supporters - who don't want the public to forget - are holding a vigil.
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>> this is the real fruitvale - the bart station in oakland. but the film "fruitvale" is making it's debut in front of an entirely different audience - at the sundance film festival. co-staring is oscar winning actress octavia spencer as oscar grant's mother, wanda, who has high hopes for the film. >> my hope for the movie is that people will see the truth. >> reporter: the screen writer is budding bay area film-maker ryan coogler - shooting still photos at the vigil. he worked closely with grant's family - including oscar's uncle. >> if we can get this on the big screen, not just the 48 hours of oscar's life before he was murdered, but if we can get out what happens in the community with these rogue police officers across the united states. >> reporter: coogler didn't want to do an interview until the film's release. but in response to what resonated with him about the oscar grant story - he said simply because grant is a human being. in oakland vicki liviakis, kron 4 news. now in a story you'll
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only see on kron4 quite a shock for one bay area man who bought a car off craigslist. it turns out his shiny new ride. had actually been stolen from someone else. but the victim says he caught the criminal on camera. kron4's scott rates has more. >> i cannot believe that i fell for it. >> reporter: he is holding the title but it was supposed to be his daughter's new car. >> i have the papers, the car fax. >> reporter: patrick thought he did everything right. after finding a parked car he agreed to meet the person at a nearby shopping mall. after meeting, they paid in cash and patrick however was able to snap this photograph. right of for this man left with over $39,000. >> today, when i went to aaa. the $13,000 card -- was
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registered as stolen. >> how much? >> 13,700. >> reporter: that is a lot of money. >> yes it is. >> reporter: also the antioch police came and got the car because it is stolen. patrick says that this time he will go straight to the dealer. if people are thinking about purchasing a car off of craigslist. >> no matter what you do go to triple a, and check the paper work. i wish that somebody could catch him. tomorrow, he could do the same thing. >> reporter: scott rates, kron 4. >> jacqueline: it was chilly. temperatures fairly cold with clear skies of their tonight. a look
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outside of the golden gate bridge. that is going be very cold conditions with 20's and 30's. tomorrow, temperatures in the low 50s once again. thursday, friday, things are going to start to warm up. the satellite and radar with clear skies toured northern california and the high- pressure is staying offshore. not rainfall expected. temperatures are quite chilly this evening 50s and richmond, 49 and concord. but it is going to get a lot colder. i do not really think that the futurecast is in agreement. the north bay could be 20's but 30's for the rest of the bay area. and i think temperatures will be in the 50s for most of the bay area. 40's for the delta. 2:00 p.m., 50s with and
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again cold tomorrow night. 26 in napa, fairfield and 29 in concord, pleasanton. 28 degrees in livermore with 30's in vallejo. 33 and of san jose. 35 degrees in half moon bay. cold with a freeze warning for the entire north bay. temperatures between 26 degrees there will be some freezing for several hours. dangerous conditions. and if you want to bring in your family pets inside and i see windshield. a frosted vice results of been issued for the east bayshore. frosty- advisory's -- issued for the
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east bay. and giving your so some extra time tomorrow. before you go out tomorrow morning and in the afternoon is not going to be that warm similar to look at your extended forecast. chile on thursday morning but temperatures are going to be warming up. and it definitely, a bit more reasonable. 40 degrees in the 60s for the afternoon. >> my new year's resolution is have a more work/life balance. >> to be more of a blessing with the community. >> exercise, get plenty of rest, pray and love one another. >> those are pretty nice resolutions. >> catherine: at lot of people still make new year's resolutions.
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whether they keep them or not is another matter. in any case - we want to hear about your resolutions.you can post them on the kron four facebook page. we'll be reading a few - ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ] ♪ no more paper anything. safeway presents just for u. ♪ save more. save easier. saving more, starts now. just for u on the safeway app.
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>> catherine: andit's new years day -- and a lot of people have been making resolutions for 20-13. we asked you to post some of yours on facebook. genevieve says she wants to start enjoying more of the little things in life. a lot of people are planning to hit the gym in 20-13. freddy says he wants to get stronger! and stephenine wants to get into shape and also be understanding when people are rude. kron4 always wants to know what you think. log onto our facebook page to post your thoughts on the big stories of the day.
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there is an increased level
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changes, it means taxes of
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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> catherine: they are expected to however, a dispute is brewing. fourth, dan kerman is here. dan? >> if the house fails to pass that means that taxes would go up for middle-class families. and everyone else. it means unemployment benefits lapse and it means federal workers could be furloughed. it's not a done deal yet, but the cliff continues to hang in the balance. >> the house will be in
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order. >> reporter: after physical clough legislation if it soon became evident that bipartisan support is not a foregone conclusion. in fact, far from it. >> if we vote on this today i will be voting against it because this is not how to conduct business. >> i wish that this was a proud moment when we start of the year right to. the first of january was a first of great many things but it is not we are kicking the can down the road. >> this progress tax hikes for the middle class and couples earning over $250,000 and extended unemployment insurance and delays spending cuts. however, they do not want to do much of anything right now. >> i am very hopeful that we're able to come up with
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an alternative and an amendment that we can present to the senate. to them if they try to amend this the senate is not even here. we are basically looking at thursday when the house and the senate are sworn in to the new congress and that means that we will grow everyone. >> there was talk of adding an amendment but in the last hour of the republicans have stopped this measure. if that vote is beginning at 6:00 p.m., california time. and also the impact on the stock market. if the house farrell's to pass the test experts are saying that it could have a devastating impact also it could impact the asian markets, tonight. >> catherine: our political analyst michael yaki is here.
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i think that they are going to pass something. i do not think they are going to bring it up if there were not going to but given the debacle from last week. you have to wonder does he know how to count. you could count perhaps 150-180 from the pelosi democrats. now, 37-40, republicans are going to vote. this is interesting. if you enjoy c- span. if you are going to watch this vote slowly. many people that have been against this and there is going to be a slow dance. >> catherine: you are saying they are kind of playing chicken? >> yes with each other and even in the same party. who will cast that deciding vote? nobody really wants to be the deciding vote. but this is a big victory for
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the president. there are a lot of things that no other president would cast. and this sets up which is going to be a wild and woolly and very divisive fight later this year >> catherine: the biggest sticking point remains for the republicans with not enough spending cuts? >> they wanted more spending. the sequester was about net spending cuts. however, they have offset the sequestered for two months with the tax increases. that is what obama got that people to not understand. he received a lot of the exemptions for people faced out. he got a lot of research and removal tax energy critics into this bill truck i think the president is pleased. >> catherine: and i hope that they decide soon.
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>> and i think house speaker, john boehner their contract was not very but i think that people are going to forget about this and a couple of days. everything will go back to normal and the fight will begin in two months. >> catherine: thank you,if you'd like to connect with michael -- you can follow him on twitter. his handle is "at-yaki- blog." california is getting a lot of new laws. with the new year - of new laws. kron four's philippe djegal highlights a few of them. >> reporter: more than 800 new laws are set to take affect at the start of the year. that's right - 800. i scanned through what
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here's what the governor made law and what you should know. assemblywoman joan buchanan's bill regarding metal purchases passed. the fine for dealers who knowingly buy metals used at public utlities facilities jumps up big time. now 250-dollars. in a few days. four times that amount. to one thousand dollars. another bill out of the gives women greater access to birth control. a-b 23-48 will now allow certified nurses, midwives, nurse practicioners and physician's assistants to prescribe that medication. and, drivers licenses forsome 400-thousand undocumented immigrants will be able to apply for a license. this applies to those in a federal program supporting immigrants who came to states as a child and have not broken the law. >> with my signature it has now become a law. if (cheers & applause) >> reporter: the homeowner bill of rights will also go into affect at the start of the year. it's meant to give homeowners more rights to battle forecloser. this set of bills will restrict dual-track foreclosures.
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when lenders act like they're working with a borrower to modify a loan, while still moving forward with foreclosure. >> reporter: a senate bill also makes it illegal for public and private universities. from forcing students to reveal their usernames or passwords for social media. philippe djegal, kron four news. >> jacqueline: stars are clear with cool conditions. we can see from the bay bridge toll plaza clear skies with traffic. 46 in daly city. still, low fifties for the east bayshore. you can see the clear skies over the bayshore. the high-pressure is keeping it well offshore and to the north. we could see some of this coverage along the coast. but not a lot of rainfall it will stick to the north of us. as
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we take a look of the winter advisories 20's and 30's. a freeze warning for the north bay and a frost advisory for the east bay shore up. the peninsula and the south bay. these cold temperatures and when warmer weather will be coming up. >> blackberry if 10 apple tv, 2013 will be a big year for tech headlines... ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ]
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>> catherine: let us take a look the tech headlines.
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>> research in motion has a press conference to debut blackberry no. 10. this is a hail very if blackberry 10 is not the greatest thing 2013 could bring the end of the blackberry. and in the spring, apple will have the ipad mini 2 with the higher resolution and a faster processor id will lower the price. to better compete with the other low-priced savage tablets on the market. we do not know exactly but we know that it is likely that apple to also debut. it will connect to your home wifi. play your music, television and of course rent/purchase. speaking of televisions, this is the 4 k ultrahigh definition. get used to hear
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that. he it will be the big thing to come out of this consumer electronics show in las vegas. this is what it is it is all about the pixels. the 1080 p can display of about 2 million. however, a four can display 8 million pixels! that will give you four times the resolution of the 1080 p. netflix will also have another major challenger for streaming content. for verizon and red box it will be offered at $6 per month. that is $2 cheaper than netflix. a netflix will make history when they dive into original programming. they
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have produced their own a television show that will only on netflix training. if it is called " house of cards " with kevin spacey he plays a congressman. and finally what i am most excited about are the high tax google glasses is just seems so futuristic. it might be a flop or the perhaps the next big thing. google is still developing mass but what we know is that this device will let users send messages and of course search google. this will write about your eyeball. >> catherine: online game company zynga is dumping two more titles. petville and farmville 2 are no more. zynga has been struggling.and it's trying to get rid of lessthe company shut down mafia wars
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2 for new players over the weekend. >> jacqueline: taking a look at the satellite and radar. clear skies will to the north. no rainfall expected. for temperatures in the 40's for the most part we are seeing some 50s and richmond, through oakland, fremont and that is certainly going to change. 20's and '30's with 27 in santa rosa. 26 in fairfield, 29 in concord. we will be at 30's and redwood city, 33 and san jose and a very cold night with a freeze morning for the north bay. sub-
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freezing for several hours they will expire at 9:00 a.m. also frost for the bay shore and towards the south bay and the peninsula... allow yourself some extra time tomorrow. to get rid of your frost. fifties and the santa rosa, 55 expected in hayward. as for the sierras? not much of snowfall. this stormtracker is well to the north and tomorrow quite chilly. temperatures in the single digits. things will warm up back into the 40's. a look at your local extended forecast with very cold conditions. tomorrow chilly and temperatures are going to start to warm up a
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bit but on the cooler side friday, saturday. a. reasonable. temperatures in the low 40's. as we take a look www.snowbomb.com halno systems pushing through. north star, also looking at a decent base. if you would like more affirmation, coach of the website www.snowbomb.com >> in southern california.
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a man fell through the ice on christmas day. a scene that was caught on video. a sledder lost control - sliding right into the part of a lake that wasn't completely frozen. people who tried to help also fell through the ice. everyone was eventually rescued. if you missed the fireworks francisco's waterfront. stay tuned. we'll show you the highlights.
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there were beautiful fireworks over the bay last night. to ring in the new year. here are some of the sights and sounds from "new year's live." (music) with that - 2013 was
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>> catherine: tonight at six.a police chase ends in a deadly crash. two people were killed this morning after a driver crashed into a liquor store in san francisco. a third person was badly injured. we'll hear from people who live in the area. but first - kron4's alecia alecia? >> reporter: police thought that the vehicle that fit the description however, add briefly in the vehicle collided with another vehicle. >> this vehicle was thrown against a store. a male pedestrian was also walked into the store pronounced dead. >> reporter: this was the car that was hit. this critically injured the driver and he is in the hospital with a life- threatening injuries. he is
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expected to survive. there was a gun it was inside of this car. >> i have family walking the streets of what the police to find a suspect that is expected to have a gun. >> reporter: there is a gang task force working on this. >> catherine: that was only xia read. alecia reed//we'll show you that surveillance video in the liquor store again.. police say the pedestrian who was killed had been on his way to the store when it happened. people who live in area found the scene disturbing. >> this is devastating. this could have been one of my neighbors. this is a big tragedy. breaking news.
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so far none of the victims or the suspect have been identified. the search for a man swept out to sea off point reyes has ended. the man has been found dead. this is video from sky 7 h- d, abc news. rescuers were called in after a man, woman and dog were swept to sea. live at point reyes with the latest. charles? >> reporter: this happened to near point reyes are round fall:a 30. there were walking along the beach walking their dog. this was described as a meter tragedy with a search and rescue. there was a body that was found he is being described as a 59 year-old man but so
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far the identity has not been released. coming up we will have more updates as they become available. charles clifford, kron 4. >> in san jose. a naked man armed with a samurai sword surrendered today - following a tense 3-hour standoff with police. we have video from sky 7 abc news. it shows the man trying to make a run for it as police moved in. describe as 'non lethal' projectiles. he jumped a fence.and dropped the sword before finally being arrested. the man has been identified as coco bennett. >> he exited the vehicle without any clothes. he only have a samurai sword. he and his words were that you are going to have to kill me he stated that several times.
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for safety reasons. the sword and the assault rifle was handed over to police. police later showed reporters the sword and assault weapon taken from the man's truck. the man will undergo a psychiatric evaluation. he's being booked on charges of brandishing a sword and new court documents show that murdered venture capitalist, raveesh kumra had been accused of making bad business deals, and that's only the beginning. you're looking at video from sky-7 h-d, abc news. this was the scene of the home invasion in monte sereno back on november 30th. new tonight. kron4's scott rates shows us the surprising details of those court documents. >> this has been with prostitutes, illegitimate children and even a sham to divorce. this is what they have been uncovering from
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this investigation. from abc seven you can see what the scene looked like. that is where the suspect wrote an, castleton car ransacked and injured his wife. according to the mercury news. there is a much different side to the venture capitalist. he had been possibly orchestrating a false of divorce. he is also known for purchasing condominiums from mistresses, 1/5 banta spending great amounts of money. scott rates, kron 4.
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>> catherine: there have been no arrests less than 24 hours after three people were shot along the embarcadero in san francisco. one of the injured people is a 12-year-old boy. all 3 victims are expected to be okay. kron 4's j.r. stone joins us from the embarcadero with more. in sacramento - two people were shot and killed in an incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. a 22-year-old man is being questioned. police say there was a fight at a bar in old town sacramento. shots were fired when a security guard tried to intervene. a man and a woman were shot. this restaurant was roped off for some time as investigators look for clues. the stroke year-old boy was shot t the stroke year-old boy was shot-the 12 year-old boy was shot t many
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of these businesses say that there was only the only found out when there was a shooting when they arrived. police shut down the midnight fireworks display to conduct the investigation. in san francisco, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> in sacramento there were two people shot in the incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. a 22 year- old man is being questioned. police say there was a fight at a bar in the old town the sacramento. the shots were fired when a security guard tried to intervene. a man and woman were shot. police shut down the midnight fireworks display to conduct the investigation. >> catherine: four years ago oscar grant was shot to death by a bart police officer on the platform of the friutvale station. today his family and nearly a hundred supporters held a vigil
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at that station. kron4's jeff pierce has the story. >> those who continue to fight against oppression >> reporter: as many as a hundred supporters of the family of oscar grant, who was shot to death by a bart police officer early on new years day four years ago, held a vigil at the fruitvale bart station this afternoon. >> every new year's that comes we have to remember that. this is not a joyful time for us this is a painful time. >> reporter: the family has turned the anniversary of grant's death into a crusade protesting officer involved shootings. >> young men like trayvon martin being murdered, young men like romolly graham, young men like alan bluford. light traffic as carter like travis carter--officer involved shootings are continuing and not only continuing it's getting worse. >> reporter: it was hoped that a ceremony of music and prayer could help bring some meaning to a family caught in the turmoil created on
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that bart platform four years ago. >> we want the world to fall in love with oscar. it is our hope that the world will begin to see young african american men that struggles in life just like everybody else, have a right to live. >> reporter: that tribute still leaves an ache in a mother's heart. >> it doesn't matter if it was today or ten years ago it's still your child and it still hurts. >> reporter: and a void in a daughter's life. >> my daddy's in everybody's heart. >> reporter: in oakland jeff pierce kron four new >> jacqueline: this bay bridge toll plaza all worth the clear conditions are bringing 40's and even 30's in fairfield 46 in daly city and novado 50 right now san
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francisco. the satellite showing some clear conditions and clouds are to the east and to the northeast. this high- pressure will continue to receive rain and cold conditions with a freeze warning for the entire north bay. this area highlighted in defrost advisory along the east bay shore. with the frost advisory. tens of the 20's and 30's. sub-freezing temperatures of the 20's and 30's. frosty conditions in the morning. warmer weather however, coming up. >> catherine: coming up. the house is expected to begin voting on the fiscal cliff legislation passed last night by the senate. but key republicans are still opposed to the deal. a pennsylvania governor plans to sue the n-c-a-a in federal court over sanctions in the wake of the jerry sandusky child sexual abuse scandal. plus a new stamp
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unveiled. in honor of the 150-th anniversary of the signing of the emancipation proclamation. stay with us we'll be right back! effortful
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>> catherine: at this hour. the house is expected to begin voting on the fiscal cliff legislation passed last night by the senate. but key republicans are still opposed to the deal.
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questions remain - as to whether the bill will pass. and what it means if it doesn't. kron4's dan kerman is here with the latest. dan? >> reporter: as soon the house began debating the fiscal cliff legislation passed by the senate early this morning, it became evident that bi partisan support, like in the senate, is not a foregone conclusion. the bill prevents tax hikes for the middle class and increases taxes on couples earning over 450-thousand dollars. it also extends unemployment insurance. and it delays across - the- board spending cuts for two months. but republicans are loathe to pass anything without spending cuts now. >> i cannot vote on this and this current form. the failed to bring us a balanced bill. with that tax adjustments and the
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spending adjustment this fails, badly. >> this congress.. as been most condone for the on the ability to compromise. or the willingness to not come together to work act on behalf of the best of the american people. taxes will be going up on everybody in america if we do not act. we hope that our colleagues can reach a compromise. >> reporter: they're thinking that there could have been an amendment added but that decision is still this fails, that taxes will go for middle-class families. and unemployment benefits will lapse.
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>> catherine: michael yaki is here. >> this is basically your social security tax that was lowered. nobody really talk about extending that and some people think that that could be a bit of a drag on the economic recovery. that is something that you could still see. >> this is the ongoing house debate. >> and michael, >> this is the first cleiff the debt ceiling could also be delayed and released. by mid-march, basically there's a convergence. and when you
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call the last time the debt ceiling problem is when this his entire how this started. the numbers are going to be bigger. and it cost billions of dollars for the taxpayers for that delay that one over the entire debt ceiling crisis. >> catherine: do you remember the extension and on the dairy cliff? we thought that there would do something about that. >> yes. and milk not be going up. >> and also you were talking about that nobody is looking good on the sand will translate to a victory. >> this is a victory for the president. middle income taxes will not go off and other benefits with renewable energy, the college tuition and people that cared about and truly
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we cannot emphasize enough for millions of americans are going to be basically out of nothing, starting tomorrow. >> the bottom line in? >> yes it is going to be a longer vote than just 15 minutes. they are going to have to wrestle some people to vote " yes " >> catherine: thank you, michael. if you'd like to connect with michael -- you can follow him on "at- yaki-blog." >> jacqueline: some chilly temperatures. freezing. thursday, friday, things are going to warm up. they look at the satellite and radar. that is where that should stay. cold temperatures out
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the door tomorrow. 26 through fairfield, 29 in concord pleasanton 30's for the bayshore. oakland, hayward, san mateo. we do have a freeze warning in effect for virtually the entire north bay. temperatures below 30 degrees. i see windshield, frosty conditions you are going to want to bring your packed inside. the east bayshore and towards morgan hill. temperatures will be in the 30's with frosty windshield. giving yourself some extra time. as for the afternoon, very similar. 50s through santa rosa. 55 and hayward. as for the sierras, some dry conditions
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temperatures are going to be quite chilly. just the single digits. thursday, friday notice the same trend with. cold. chilly in the afternoon but warm on thursday, friday. temperatures are going to be more reasonable by saturday. though we are expecting more cloud coverage. no rainfall. >> coming up to jerry sandusky coming up next -- the new fallout from the jerry sandusky child sex abuse scandal. [ male announcer ] subway has so many
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>> in national news. new fallout in the case against convicted child molestor jerry sandusky. pennsylvania's governor says he'll file a lawsuit against the n-c-double-a - over the punishments against
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penn state. the n-c-double-a took away wins. reduced scholarships. and temporarily banned the school from competing in the post-season because of how administrators handled the sex scandal. >> catherine: a connecticut lawyer has withdrawn his request to sue the state over the sandy hook elementary school shooting. the shooting left 26 people dead - including 20 children. irving pinsky accused the state of failing to provide a safe setting. he wanted 100-million dollars in damages on behalf of a six-year-old girl who survived. the lawsuit claimed the trauma. it's not clear why pinsky pulled his request. but he says he's reserving the right to bring it up again. today marks the 150th anniversary of president lincoln's signing of the emancipation proclamation. the document declared all slaves to be "forever free" from that day forward. the anniversary was celebrated today with a reading and special viewing at the national archives in washington. the postal service is also unveiling a new stamp.
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>> catherine: still ahead at
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6-30. how hillary clinton is doing. doctors are treating the secretary of state for a blood clot in her head. they're confident she'll make a full recovery. but there are still questions on how it will affect her job. details ahead. >> jacqueline: 39 degrees. we are in for a very cold night. just how chilly tonight will get, coming up.
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>> reporter: there is a school debate on capitol hill over the fiscal cliff. with extending unemployment benefits and delays in spending cuts for two months. some republicans do not want to support this because it does not include spending cuts, now. they are
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expected to pass this we could see tax hikes for the middle-class. and also unemployment benefits could collapse. this vote is expected in the next one hour. >> reporter: in san francisco there are two people that that are in abouone in a hospital. after this driver fled, crashed into another scene and killed a pedestrian and collided with a building. the driver is in the hospital of the other car. the suspect that caused everything is also in the hospital but is expected to survive. we will have the latest at 8:00 p.m. in san francisco, alecia reed, kron 4. >> continuing our coverage of the victim's car was smashed into the building was caught on surveillance
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video. you can see it knocked the door off of the hinges and the owner says that this was a very close call for the cashier. >> and it was perhaps just 30 seconds. >> maureen kelly, kron 4. >> there is one person is dead swept out by the water along point reyes beach. the coast guard has been searching all afternoon. they found the body are run fo p.m. around 4:00 p.m.. >> a peaceful ending after a naked man and a standoff with police. abc seven abc video showing that this was a 29 year-old. 04 he
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surrendered to police along the side wall.along bascom avene along the sidewalk. >> he said that you were going to have to kill me. he was booked for brandishing a sword in possession of an illegal. weapon. >> this controversy oof this venture capitalist showing that court documentation according to the san jose mercury news shows a much different side. scott rates, kron 4. >> after a gunshot wounds and to know or arrests have been made. if there were two
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people shot outside of pier 23. and another person was shot at fisherman's wharf. as for the motive is not clear at this point. the good news is that everybody should be okay. j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> 2013 is shaping up to be a big year on the tech world. this will feature the higher resolution the faster processor and it will lower the price of the ipad mini. to better compete with the 7 in. tablet. we do not know when this will start apple tv. and it will also connect to your home internet to sync with your itunes. and of course rent, and purchase
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television there is a lot more tech headlines coming up in 2013. coming up at 8:00 p.m. we will take a look did what is in store. >> jacqueline: our big weather story in his 30's in fairfield. 40's in livermore. let us get right to the morning lows. temperatures in the '20s and the 30's in the morning. 27 degrees in santa rosa. 27 in fairfield. 29 in concord. we do have a freeze morning for the entire north bay. temperatures will be between 26-31 degrees for several hours. frost and ice expected. also,
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temperatures in the 30's for morgan hill. definitely, bringing in your pocket plants and family pattern potted family pets things are going to be dry. and also, some increase with clouds for the weekend but no rainfall expected. things could warm up as expected we will be right back.
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>> catherine: secretary of state hillary clinton rang in the new year in the hospital. she was admitted sunday after doctors found a blood clot between her brain and skull. mary snow has more on her condition. >> reporter: on a day when secretary of state hillary clinton was supposed to be getting ready to return to work, she spent another day at a new york hospital. her doctors say they are treating her with blood
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thinners after discovering a blood clot in the vein between the brain and skull behind the right ear. they expect her to make a full recovery and say she did not suffer stroke or neurological damage. dr. jack ansell is not involved in secretary clinton's case, but has treated cases like hers and calls them rare. he is the chairman of the department of medicine at lenox hill hospital. >> reporter: what does this mean for the future? >> i think her future is as good as her past. she should recover from this, she will be treated with blood thinners. i can't say how long because i don't know all of the circumstances, but certainly a minimum of three to six months, may well be longer. in some rare cases it could be life long, but many patients are on blood thinners for life for other conditions. she should recover fully and get back to work. >> reporter: and that work is grueling, hillary clinton has traveled to more than one hundred countries as secretary of state and logged close to a million miles during that time. dr. ansell says that while travel is something to watch out for among people who
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suffer blood clots, most often in the leg veins, which mrs. clinton did have in the late 1990s, he doesn't see her travel schedule being an impediment. i think the travel is probably more an issue with the blood clot she had back about twelve years ago in her leg, and so anybody who has had a blood clot, they're always at risk for developing another one, and the risk is probably a little greater than if they never had a blood clot. so, i think travel is potentially an issue for the secretary, but i would imagine that when she travels she's not sitting in a coach seat cramped up and sitting still. >> reporter: secretary clinton is planning to step down as president obama's second term begins. while she has repeatedly said she is not interested in running for president again, she is viewed as the democratic favored in 2016 should she choose to run. >> catherine: that was mary snow reporting. there are also questins about when clinton will be able to testify on
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the terror attack in libya. some senators want that to happen before confirmation hearings for her expected replacement: senator john kerry. we'll be right back.
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>> jacqueline: with crystal clear skies and very cold temperatures. temperatures in the '20s and the 30's. back in the low 50s with thursday and friday. we should stay dry however, we will see these clouds offshore with this area of high-pressure. it is keeping the storm will off to the system offshore. as for temperatures? quite chilly! fairfield, 39 degrees. 43 degrees in
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napa, and 45 in sunnyvale. correctly but is going to get cold overnight. and currently, it is going to be cold with 40's tomorrow in san francisco 27 in the north bay. and fairfield, with the 20's in concord, 28 in livermore. and along the peninsula, and in the south bay, 35 degrees in half moon bay. there is a freeze mornimorning with several hours with a frosty and icy conditions with a frost advisory for the east bayshore. if the peninsula, and towards morgan hill and even gilroy. mid 30's. frost advisories expected with an extra moment for your windshield. and also, bringing in your pets is a good idea. low mid '50s for the most part. 50s in the
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san jose. 55 in oakland. as for the sierras, we're going to see dry conditions. very cold with temperatures only in the single digits. temperatures are going to warm in the sierras and locally, a look a your extended forecast. a cold morning to start putting actually with a few degrees warming up. saturday, temperatures are appointed in the upper 50s. and we will also see some cloud coverage with the storm is getting closer to the bay area. >> catherine: the 49ers keeping things fresh with a new kicker. and stanford going for a rose bowl victory in 30 years. jason is next.
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>> welcome back everyone. .stanford looking for it's first rose bowl win since 1972. taking on the 7-and-5 wisconsin badgers pasadena the sight for what is known as "the grandaddy of em all!" the stealth flyover for the 99th rose bowl game .michigan-south carolina headlined a few other great bowl games today cardinals score first. the sec making a great catch. the sedoes that concer taylor , looking concerned but he has college football the all-time touchdown king. the
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11 yd touchdown. looking like it is a shoot out. with 19 seconds left. kurt phillips. polls the badgers. with just a 4 yd touchdown and the second half is dominated. shutting the door with this game clenching interception. running out the clock and the glittery bath. the cardinals, have their first victory in 41 years. stanford, and wisconsin. 12-2. a likely a top ranking. northwestern hadn't won a drought in college football this was the capital one bowl. george ra the gator
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bowl against mississippi state nebraska takes the lead. and the first with murray. flushed out. throwing it to marshall, a nice catch. 24 yds and to take a look with chris connelly. we speed it up. no defenders and you were 87 yds to put the game on ice. five touchdowns. georgia ovictorious. michigan vs. south carolina. taking on the michigan wolverines. sanders, take a look. 14-3 south carolina. 22-21. take a look! this ball is free. and how under
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four minutes, michigan takes the lead by one in. 17 seconds, thompson. for the injured starter ellington and it makes the catch. the game-winning touchdown. 33- 28. a south carolina. northwestern has not had a victory since 1949 the longest drought in college history. it ended today in the gator bowl against mississippi state. fitzgerald. tyler russell intercepted by quentin williams. and on the 30 yd line, northwestern, 7- nothing. cold air cannot find a receiver and it takes it off and 31 yds down to the number 4 yd line. and trevor 27-13 northwestern.
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34-20 = final score. fitzgerald. their first victory since 1949. >> the 49ers in the midst of three days off as harbaugh rests him team during the bye week. move.bringing in a kicker to push the struggling david billy cundiff was signed today after a workout today cundiff has had a rough career.he missed was cut back in october by the redskins.and missed this field goal this will be his 11th team. akers is having one of his worst seasons. two more this is putting him at a 69 percent accuracy.
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>> there will always be a lot of competition giving you a better chance to win that the next game. knowing how competitive the game is. i will make it certainly a decision he has done a lot of great things for us. >> now just an opinion - but it would appear that harbaugh made this move to light a fire under akers.hoping a little competition will snap akers out of his funk.i just whose been cut by nine teams and hasn't played in three months -- sniffing the field in the playoffs for the 49ers. and the read and the - andy read... for east to be replaced. leading the eagles to 14 this season, leading them to a super bowl
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appearance. the disciple of bill walsh and andy read will certainly end up on his feet. >> catherine: are there too many bowl games? see you at 8:00 p.m.
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